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Examples of Bad Websites

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There are countless examples of embarrassing website designs and development out there. These are the latest examples we have discovered. For each site below we provide a brief analysis to assist you in avoiding the same pitfalls.

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Example of a bad website: HOME

It sure is BLUE, isn't it?  The subpages are colored differently, but for some reason BRIGHT BLUE was chosen for the landing page.  If it was meant to grab attention - it did.  Notice we called this bad website "HOME."  That's because it's the page title.  There is also COMPANY, New Page 2, and REPS.  Use your titles wisely!

There's not a lot to do here. You can read about the company, although good luck with the Mission Statement - it's light yellow text on a light gray background.  You can email the company, or any of six reps.

Finally, there is a Products page which describes the differences between the four types of lubricants this company makes.  Maybe lubricant production isn't that exciting, but we wish this website did more to make us think so.

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Page Title

Example of a bad website: Page Title
These days, there's no excuse for having a crummy website.  You could pay a student a couple bucks to make something more appealing than today's bad website.  Here at boogersite, we advocate for hiring a professional web development company, such as our sponsor - but for heaven's sake - hire SOMEONE.

The person who submitted this website said that the company name sounds like a hoity-toity firm, possibly British - but as you can see, that cannot be the case.  

Maybe they went too far one day, and auctioned off a better version of their own website.

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Example of a bad website: Abate

It's nice to see a patriotically-colored website, especially these days.  

Or is it?

Does the bright blue and red on white hurt your eyes?  It kind of does - and also distracts from the message here.  

Today's submitted bad website is all about biker's rights in Florida.  It's a busy, deep website with a lot of content.  The main goal seems to be amassing a group of motorcycle riders to promote biker's rights, and to protect the freedom to ride.  That's all well and good, perhaps a better container for this information is all that's needed here.

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West River Industries

Example of a bad website: West River Industries

When the only "news" on your website is the announcement of its launch, in April of's time to throw in the towel.


Locations seem to only be in a whiteout snowstorm at the North Pole, because the page is utterly blank.  The About page is just an error.


There's no phone number, address, or other means of contacting this company - so it really doesn't matter what they're selling.

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Fiber Optic Products

Example of a bad website: Fiber Optic Products

It's kinda pretty, isn't it?  Cheerful, even.  Just scroll up and down the landing page - but not too many times because bright neon text on a black background can do funny things to your eyes if viewed too much.

What's being sold here may be useful to hobbyists, if they can shield their eyes from the blinking ORDER buttons under each product.  Maybe it's the saucy mail carrier on the Policies page that keeps them coming back for more.

The Store page actually looks professional, one wonders why the rest of this hard-to-look-at website is so dated.

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